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The New Zealand Journal of Forestry is a journal publishing technical articles and peer-reviewed research relevant to forestry in New Zealand and the South Pacific.  It has been published since 1925 (as Te Kura Ngahere until 1936).  Full text articles are available as PDF files for all issues.  Issues < 3 years old are restricted to members/subscribers - all older issues are available free.  Authors may self-archive the publisher's version/pdf of their paper on open-access websites with the condition that the author attributes the paper to the journal.  The New Zealand Journal of Forestry is published by the New Zealand Institute of Forestry (Inc.).

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  Current Issue:
With change comes opportunity
Jeremy Keating
Pages: 2–3
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 217 KB)

Conference Abstract
The demand for biofuels is changing the value of trees
Brian Cox
Pages: 4–9
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 393 KB)

Conference Abstract
The Emissions Trading Scheme and carbon forestry - a legal update
Dan Williams
Pages: 10–14
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 253 KB)

Conference Abstract
Changes to the Forestry Emissions Trading Scheme
Oliver Hendrickson
Pages: 15–19
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 436 KB)

Professional Paper
Does the NES-PF adequately regulate forestry on orange (high) ESC land? An opinion
Mark Bloomberg
Pages: 20–25
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 384 KB)

Professional Paper
The Forestry and Wood Processing Industry Transformation Plan - how to transform the sector
Elizabeth Heeg
Pages: 26–29
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 513 KB)

Professional Paper
Evaluation of alternative carbon accounting categories for forestry in Gisborne District under the Emissions Trading Scheme
Bruce Manley, Cong (Vega) Xu, Rien Visser and Final year BForSc students of 2022
Pages: 30–38
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 577 KB)

Last word
Murray Parrish
Pages: 39–40
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 242 KB)

PDFs of issues < 3 years old are restricted to subscribers.  Free access will always be available to issues > 3 years old.